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Can the high host specificity of phages be used to our advantage, in order to establish a preventive and therapeutic method for some chronic diseases?
Can the high host specificity of phages be used to our advantage, in order to establish a preventive and therapeutic method for some chronic diseases?
English Communication
Science magazines such as Scientific American and New Scientist do not have impact factors; yet, the impact of publishing an article in these magazines can be far greater: National Geographic, for...
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Will Sci-Hub change the face of academic publishing forever?
Should access to academic research be free? In the past year, this seemingly moral issue took a legal twist with Elsevier suing the founder of Sci-Hub. This website which provides unauthorized access...
Career Advancement
Survey on employment decisions of U.S. and foreign doctoral graduates
International mobility among researchers has increased, and policymakers are interested in knowing the factors that influence researchers’ employment decisions. This post highlights some of the...
Manuscript Structure
Graphical and video abstracts are the way forward as they suit the changing digital media and communication landscape
With the evolving digital media landsape, scientific communication is changing to adapt to the needs of a new age audience. Graphical and video abstracts are fast gaining traction as innovative ways...
Dear Dr. Eddy, The reviewer thought it would be interesting to add a picture of...
The Journal of Veterinary Medical Science
This post provides concise guidance for authors planning to contribute to The...

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Can self-retraction boost the efforts to correct the scientific record?
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Journal editor change leads to manuscript rejection
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